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The Eurostars programme is is a funding and support programme, aimed at R&D-performing SMEs that wish to exploit the benefits that come with international collaboration. Eurostars projects are:

  • transnational,
  • started and led by an SME,
  • involve at least two partners from two different Eurostars participating country,
  • involve at least one other partner from another Eurostars participating country, and
  • last no longer than three years.

Within two years of completion the product of research should be ready for market introduction.

Eurostars is a European joint programme, co-funded from the national budgets of many EUREKA countries and by the European Union through Horizon Europe. The Eurostars programme is open for applications on a continuous basis, with a minimum of two submission deadline dates per year.